Stillwater Artisanal Saison de James, Guinness Foreign Extra (22oz packaging), North Peak Archangel Summer Wheat, Stone IPA (St Paul), White Birch Tavern Ale, Fort Collins The Incredible Hop

31 March 2011

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Stillwater Artisanal Saison de James:  Slated for release in late April as a specialty brew for a beer dinner at James restaurant (Philadelphia) by owners and Stillwater fans Jim & Kristina Burke.  This limited edition collaboration with Chef Josh Evans of ‘James’ will be bottled in 750ml bottles and comes in at 7% ABV.

Guinness Foreign Extra:  Looks like our friends at Guinness will be packaging their Foreign Extra in 22oz bottles.

North Peak Archangel:  This summer wheat will be packaged in 12oz bottles and come in at 5% ABV and 38 IBU.  Each batch uses 2500 lbs of Michigan Cherries, so it should be a great summer seasonal.

Stone IPA:  Stone does another city specific package, this time for St Paul, MN.

White Birch Tavern Ale:  This smoked imperial brown ale will celebrate Butler’s Tavern in Concord NH…and this looks to be the keg packaging (8% ABV) as we previously posted the bottle packaged.

Fort Collins The Incredible Hop:  This 22oz packaged Imperial India Style Red Ale will use Munich malts and spicy hops.

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